Winter Camouflage Patterns

Rarely is snow so deep and terrain so featureless that pure whice totally dominates a winter scene. Be just as keen eyed when assessing varied winter coloration as during summer.

Add some green if you're in pine woods, black and gray shadows to match rocks, yellow lines for standing corn stalks, etc. I've noticed that subtle gray-blue stripes can really enhance white camouflage.

Fight the mistaken inclination to wear only a white parka. As our illustration above shows, this highlights you because the ground is white and leafless trees are dark, exacdy the opposite of the way you're dressed. Also, make a special effort to keep white clothing clean to keep it effective.

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